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Google debuts music service for mobile gadgets

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Google rolled out a music service for smartphones and tablets powered by its free Android software, in a challenge to streaming radio firms such as Pandora and Spotify. 

Chris Yerga, Google engineering director for Android, announces the new Google Play Music All Access as he speaks at the opening of the Google I/O developers conference at the Moscone Center on May 15, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

The launch of Google Play All Access came at the kickoff of a packed developers conference, which features a range of improvements to the Internet giant's products, and saw a surprise appearance by chief executive Larry Page.

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